Well, not really a puppy.
Not any more. He’s grown up since he was a puppy.
A slightly older photo as the Sofa family has been kinda filled with colds and flu over the last week – therefore fun things like Blog and Photography is starting to slow down… Hopefully normal service will be restored one day!
Somewhere deep within an Exeter car park.
Due to the beautiful combination of weekends, party locations, and work hours coming together so well, I managed to get to spend sometime here, enjoying the views of the Devonshire countryside rolling out ahead of me.
“Poorly Little Santa wanted her friend to look after her while she was sleeping.
Lego Santa asked her friend to come and look after her…”
Check out the Tales From The Toyshelf Instagram page for more from Lego Santa and his family.
The sunset over The River Exe in Exeter, Devon.
Taken after an afternoon of exploring around Exeter Quay with the little one. I would have played around to get a few photos from a lower angle… but I needed to stop the LO from wondering to far.
Christmas 2016 was spent at our “countryside retreat” (aka my parents place), a chance to enjoy some countryside air and you know… chill out as much as you can when you have a 4 year old.
I loved this image of the sun starting to set over the Devon countryside, and thought it was a good photo to act as my last Sunday Photo* of 2016.
Thinking about it… I cant remember editing this…
*Yeah… I know its not Sunday yet – but its a long weekend…
A walk back to work after picking up some lunch.
We took a quick trip after preschool to take in the view over Exeter.
We arrived just in time to see this spectacular sight of the sunset catching the mist under the hills.
Had a quick chance for a nose around Dulverton in Somerset on Friday. This is one of the paths leading up to The Church Of All Saints.
My own little reaction to the results of the US election, that I originally posted on The Tales From The Toyshelf.
(No offence to Trump voters intended!)